Macula lutea : for flutes, piano, cello, percussion and tape
by Rosalind Page (1999)
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Library shelf no. Q 785.3415/PAG 1 [Available for loan]
'Macula lutea' is the first in a series of compositions which take the artwork and writings of the Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944) as their first point of inspiration.
Instrumentation: Piccolo/flute in C/alto flute/bass flute (1 performer), piano, percussion (2 players), cello, tape. Voices of performers required.
Duration: 12 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Professional.
Contents note: I. Remnant: PSR 0833-45 - Dark nebulae -- II. Sirius A/B - a Cma -- III. Altair - a Aql -- IV. Arcturus - a BoÃ¶ -- V. Antares - a Sco - Scorpion's desire (rhumba) -- VI. Supernova -- VII. Event horizon -- VIII. Singularity -- IX. PSR 1937+21.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Kathleen Gallagher
Co-Winner Award for Most Outstanding New Music Composition at the 10th International Sydney Spring Festival of New Music 1999.
Revised in 2005.
- Inspired by: Visual arts works
Performances of this work
Oct 05: San Diego New Music. Featuring The NOISE.
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